Exploring the 11 miles of trails at the Sharon Audubon Center affords visitors the opportunity to experience diverse wildlife habitats, which are home to a wide variety of plants, birds, and animals such as Bobcat, Beaver, River Otter, and Whitetail Deer. The Chestnut-sided Warbler, Ovenbird, and Wood Thrush, among other neotropical migratory birds, breed in our woods in the summer while many other migratory birds use the property as a layover point during their long migrations.
Visitors are welcome to explore our center's trails, gardens, and view the aviaries, daily from sunrise to sunset with a suggested donation: $3 adults, $1.50 children 12 & under, and $1.50 seniors 65 & older.
Visitors are also welcome to walk the Pond Loop Trail at the Miles Wildlife Audubon Sanctuary—open daily from sunrise to sunset.
When you enjoy nature on our trails, remember this is a wildlife sanctuary. To protect the wildlife, and for your safety, please...
- Leave bikes at home
- Walk dogs ONLY on the Bog Meadow Road Trail, leashed at all times. No dogs are allowed at the aviaries.
- Hunting and fishing are not allowed (the wildlife do the hunting and fishing here)
- Do not enter ponds or streams (except during guided programs)
- Stay on the trails—the forest is for the wildlife!
- Take only pictures, leave only footprints (not litter)
- Remember, the houses on the property are private residences—please respect their privacy
**Please Note - #2 Woodchuck Trail is closed until further notice.**
- Hendrickson Bog Meadow Trail
- Woodchuck Trail (CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE)
- Oak Trail
- Fern Trail
- Hazelnut Trail
- Hal Borland Trail
- Deer Trail
- Ford Trail
- Herb Garden
- Visitor Center